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    I'm Nelly GOURVES , I work for the CINELA company since nearly two years now.
    I used to be a sound mixer , i was also one of the fouding members of a sound equipments (for film, video and TV production) rental company that i left to join the CINELA company .
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  1. So that's the diagram Larry is talking about. Classical one, but a bit unsusual concerning values. OK about DC currents and voltages, but the (low) dynamic impedance could be a clue. Just saying. Forget me if I'm wrong...
  2. For this kind of question, please PM me next time. But no, we do not make pistol grips. You have marvelous ones made by other brands ! And thank ou for the website kick !
  3. Simple answer: The COSI-L-CMS50 is just the combination of the cage "L", the holder "22c" (special diameter for the CMS-50) and the long cable in XLR5. So, If you already have a COSI-L (For MiniCMIT, 4017C or else), you just need to order the holder (COSI-HLD-22c) and the cable (COSI-XLRMF5-L).
  4. For information, our poor website is dead since years, which is a great shame, but our reference list is full and alive. By principle, the COSI is totally made for single tube MS microphones (as the CMS-50 is) because the mic holder locks the S capsule in the right position. Please look at the COSI-NOTICE attached and you'll see the totally standard CMS-50 adaptation. A Pianissimo version is also a very simple adaptation. Philippe@Cinela Nota bene: please kick us to put the new website on line. It's totally ready...but no time to fill it properly (the qty of informations is huge) COSI-NOTICE.pdf
  5. Thank you Larry, I'll contact Constantin to make him test a unit with a special filter (triple choke) inside the XLRF. Any experience and feedback regarding adaptations between microphones and Plug-On Txs is good to know for everyone. Philippe@Cinela
  6. Thank you Larry for these precisions. The well known inconvenient of a "low value DC resistance" technique is the decreasing of the dynamic impedance...down to 1k in this case. The C preamp has 100 ohms output impedance, but is claimed to support loads...down to 2k and not less (or is it 2k per phase ?...I don't know). Who knows what may be "affected" (max SPL, or else) but I suppose this is a minor inconvenient and may not be the pb of Constantin (and others ?). Larry, in order to make a loan to Constantin (suspension or windshield), just curious: 1. what is the exact slope and fcy cutoff of the LowCut filter in the HM and HMa ? 2. Does the HM or HMa have a specific internal antenna or is it a "Pin1" version ? Philippe@Cinela
  7. Larry, I have two questions: 1. what is the exact slope and fcy cutoff of the LowCut filter in the HM and HMa ? 2. Does the HM or HMa have a specific internal antenna or is it a "Pin1" version ? Constantin: you talk about a " lower freq noise ". Does it have something to do with handling rumbles, or is it a part of the electrical unexpected noise, even if you do NOT (at all) touch the microphone/boom ? If the issue has nothing to do with power supply, I would be pleased to make a loan to Constantin (specific suspension/windshield with RF filter in the XLRF). Philippe@Cinela
  8. L=M+S R=M-S If you reverse the Fig.8, change the sign !
  9. Incredible story of that "time reference" channel and its mistake (500Hz instead of 250 Hz) that took two years to be understood ! I dream of having been Mr Scott’s assistant !
  10. How did you guess that we use this machine to design a suspension ? Haha
  11. A lot of work to achieve a dedicated fit for the new CMC-1U ! The CUT60 is highly recommended for booming ! We created a specific COSI-XS cage version for this microphone (with or without CUT60), but a regular S version will do the job perfectly ! A specific holder has to be used (COSI-HLD-CMC1U).
  12. This mount has a specific "imbalance compensation" (swivel fixation point is completely out of the isolators area) which would no be optimized for the CMC-1...but we also have new solutions for the CMC-1 !
  13. For Schoeps MiniCMIT (Ref: E-OSIX-MiniCMIT) and DPA 4017C (Ref: E-OSIX-4017C). Indoor use, foam only. For harder protection...choose the COSI ! Same swivel than COSI, full options. Available Mid-September. Come and see us at the IBC in Amsterdam, booth 12.F30, with Transvideo/Aaton !
  14. Dear Mr Toline, dear Eric, your life is a great deal with audio, up to the heart of your heart. Good luck for the Rest of your life ! P.Chenevez
  15. Here is the picture of the 8060, without XLR module, directly screwed on the special COSI adapter (MZL connector inside). This precise assembling fits the precise reference COSI-L-8060 ("Long" cage) If you insert the MZF filter, you need the XL cage. Precise reference: COSI-XL-8060. If you prefer to use the XLR module, without MZF, then you need the COSI-XL-19 (standard XL COSI with 19mm holder). Sorry, it's not possible to have 8060+MZF+XLR module...in COSI !
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